Johnson & Johnson Careers

Project Manager - Clinical Solutions Northern Cluster M/F

France; Netherlands; Norway; Denmark; Sweden; Belgium; Finland
Selling


Job Description

Requisition ID: 1805672849W

Johnson & Johnson Medical Companies produce a broad range of innovative products and solutions used primarily by health care professionals in the fields of orthopedics, neurological disease, infection prevention, cardiovascular disease, and aesthetics. As the most comprehensive devices business in the world, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices is best suited to serve evolving customer needs, train more surgeons to improve standards of care, and treat more patients globally as access expands.

The Surgical Process Institute (SPI) is part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies since November 2017. As a local start-up, we develop digital technologies that improve the standardization of surgical workflows in the operating theatre and thus contribute to a continuous improvement of the health care system. SPIs unique digitized and customizable surgery workflow engines enable surgery teams to perform more efficiently, reduce operating time, and deliver better patient outcomes.

As part of its growth strategy, SPI will extend its geographic reach to other countries with the EMEA region. In this context we are looking for a Project Manager M/F for the Northern Cluster countries (France, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland).

The position can be located in any of the countries mentioned above – ideally in northern France or Belgium.

Being SPI’s Project Manager Clinical Solutions, you are responsible for the end-to-end implementation and delivery of SPI’s solutions within our clients hospitals. Being involved in the late sales stages, the Project Manager is leading the project kick off and responsible for planning and executing the project including the required hard- and software solutions.


Tasks

•Core responsibility is the successful implementation of SPIs digital solution within our customers hospital theatres.
•Collaborating with our sales and clinical workflow team, you will plan and execute the implementation of the SPI software solution. As initial step, you will perform a stakeholder and process analysis of operating workflows and also participate as observer during surgical procedures.
•Supported by the IT Implementation Manager and the Workflow Consultant wou manage the successful implementation and launch of SPI process concepts, software tools and necessary hardware on time and on budget.
•After successful soft- and hardware installation incl. interfaces to existing hospital systems, you will coordinate and execute the required training workshop enabling our customers to utilizing the systems in and efficient way.
•During the post-go live hypercare phase, you will ensure regular customer satisfaction and ensure system utilization. In addition, your responsibility includes regular reporting & analytics providing our customers with valuable insights to improve their operating workflow.


Qualifications
•Degree (BSc, MSc, Dipl., PhD) in business studies, medical technology, engineering specialization, health economics or nursing / care management / consulting
•Several years of experience within healthcare sector, incl. knowledge of hospital workflows (especially patient pathways)
•Success track record as a Project Leader and strong skills in project and change management 
•Preferably good knowledge of Operating theatre workflows
•Affinity with digital technologies / software is a plus 
•Consulting experience is a plus
•Ability to combine strong analytical skills and abstract thinking with business knowledge
•Strong communication skills – ability to interact with all stakeholder levels from theatre staff to senior management
•Excellent written & spoken French + English are mandatory
•Additional languages (Dutch, Flemish, etc.) are an added value 

With our further expansion, we expect to grow the team in 2019 and therefore people leadership and team building experience in preferred. 


The well-being and development of our employees are central aspects of our company creed. Individuals who would like to fully realize their potential as part of our international, innovation-driven corporate family and who aspire to have challenging work, will find that our company provides just the right conditions. We consider intensive initial training, further education that is tailored to our employees' work and excellent opportunities for development - both nationally and internationally - to be just as essential as a good work-life balance, attractive compensation and above-average employee benefits. One aspect that distinguishes our company is the large number of measures we have to support our trainees and promote career development in ways that are also compatible with family life.


Primary Location
France--
Other Locations
Europe/Middle East/Africa-Netherlands, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Norway, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Denmark, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Sweden, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Belgium, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Finland
Organization
Surgical Process Institute (7932).
Job Function
Selling
Requisition ID
1805672849W